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Rotherham 2 Hull 0: Player ratings

What a difference a couple of days can make. After the grim performance in a 2-0 defeat at Huddersfield, Rotherham put things right with an outstanding display against Hull to earn a vital three points.

It was a display at the other end of the spectrum from the Millers as they fought and battled for everything.

Here's how the Millers players rated at New York.

Lee Camp 7 - The sort of assured performance that we have come to expect from Camp. Made the saves when he needed to, commanded his area well and his distribution was sound.

Stephen Kelly 7 - Clearly a vital addition to the team, he showed off his ability at right-back this time and was solid. Defended well and got up and down the pitch. His calf injury is a concern though.

Farrend Rawson 7 - Brought back into the team at centre-half after injury and again played beyond his years. Won headers, made tackles and was positionally sound.

Kirk Broadfoot 8 - An imperious display from Broadfoot who is making himself the first name on the teamsheet. Won the penalty but his true contribution came at the other end with a real bossing centre-backs performance. Brilliant!

Joe Mattock 7 - Another impressive game for Mattock, who again showcased his solidity and he is definitely the left-back the Millers can depend on. Looked good going forward also.

Grant Ward 7 - After dipping against Huddersfield G Ward found his form again and is quickly becoming a key man. His lung-bursting energy helped out D Ward in attack and almost capped it off at the end with a fierce drive.

Richie Smallwood 8 - Smallwood did everything that we have come to expect from the midfielder over the last two years. Was always on the scene for the first and second balls and built play nicely. 

Lee Frecklington 7 - Back to his energetic best and relished a more advanced role, supporting D Ward well. Scored the emphatic penalty which put the Millers ahead, again proving his worth to the side.

Luke Hyam 6 - Brought back into the side as part of a five-man midfield, he was the least impressive of everyone without letting anyone down.

Joe Newell 8 - After a quiet first half he reminded everyone of his talents after the break with his best display for weeks. He almost scored a wonder goal with a Messi-esque run but did find the back of the net soon after with a fine finish.

Danny Ward 9 - Simply superb. Ridiculed by the fans when the team was announced, he proved to be a credible option in the lone striker's role with an athletic display full of energy, mobility, pace and skill. He didn't get the goal his play deserved, but that is all that was missing.

Lewis Buxton 7 - After some disappointing performances recently, Buxton atoned with a solid display when replacing Kelly after the break.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 5 - Not on long enough to cause a real impact.

Tony Andreu 5 - Barely touched the ball after coming on as a late sub. 

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